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Ten Things Brits Can Enjoy At £120 Million Taxpayer Funded Brexit Festival 2022

  • October 21, 2021

First it was dubbed the “Festival of Brexit” then it became “Festival UK 2022″ and now it has been officially unveiled as: “UNBOXED: Creativity in the UK”.

Conceived by former prime minister Theresa May, the event was created to mark the UK’s departure from the EU. 

While Brexiteers complain the key word has been “airbrushed” out of the event and some remainers criticise public funds being spent on it – the organisers say it is designed to “bring people together”.

Now a smorgasbord of experiences have been unveiled for the celebration, including pop-up forests, computer coding and a decommissioned oil rig.

The promoters say it has been produced by some of the “brightest minds” in science, technology, engineering, arts and maths.

Boris Johnson has hailed the programme a celebration of UK “ingenuity, energy, innovation, optimism and all-round creative genius”. He has promised it will be “unlike anything else that has been seen before”.

Events will take place from March 1 to October 2 – everywhere from the Outer Hebrides to Dover and from Omagh to Swansea.  

Here, HuffPost UK runs you through the “celebration of creativity” taking place across the country next year:

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